Lexicographical Neighbors of Postcoup
Literary usage of Postcoup
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Troubled Birth of Russian Democracy: Parties, Personalities, and Programs by Michael McFaul, Sergei Markov (1993)
"postcoup Reflections (October 1991) How has the situation in your party changed after the putsch? First of all, our central objective changed drastically. ..."
2. The Latvians: A Short History by Andrejs Plakans (1995)
"The postcoup Latvian government negotiated first with the Soviet authorities and then with the Russian Federation over all these problems throughout 1992 ..."
3. Economic Sanctions and American Diplomacy by Richard Haass (1998)
"... and be seen defending democracy in the Americas, and that a postcoup Haitian refugee crisis might have arisen even without the impact of the sanctions. ..."
4. CIA and Vietnam Policymakers: Three Episodes, 1962-1968 by Harold P. Ford (1999)
"62 McCone was still troubled four days later when he told President Johnson that he did not agree with Ambassador Lodge's postcoup enthusiasms: "I concluded ..."
5. On Course to Desert Storm: The United States Navy and the Persian Gulf by Michael A. Palmer (1992)
"On the morning of 19 August the pro- Shah demonstrators took to the streets and routed both the Mossadegh and Tudeh mobs.45 An official British postcoup ..."